Fabric Cadabra | How About Orange

January 29, 2009

Fabric Cadabra

That's the clever little title of this blurb about my fabric in the winter edition of CS Interiors, a high-end Chicago home design magazine. To read the article, click here. Also, I think I'm going to get one of those cow-leg coffee tables for my dairy farmer dad for Christmas next year. The table has six legs instead of four, which is odd. Other than that, I don't find it strange at all. Ha.

18 comments:

Grandma G said...

Well, that's news to me!!! Nice "blurb"!

But PLEEEEEEASE don't get that coffee table!!!

Mum

Jess said...

Oh, I'm gonna! Look out!

Grandma G said...

*MOAN* Maybe he can put it in the dairy break room then.

act22 said...

Congratulations! The article is awesome and sure to drum up some new business on the North Shore.

Charlene said...

Very cool and congratulations! I love that your Grandma G post!

Brie said...

Wow, congrats on all the publicity. That's awesome. :)

Megumi said...

Cool photo, too!

Christina Hill said...

It's nice to be in print isn't it? Love that your Mum doesn't want you to get the table. That would make me get it even more too. LOL Congrats on the feature!

Brett (the mpls guy who reads your blog) said...

WooHoo! I like how they put your age right up front like that. It is such a nice age. I don't think I ever realized we were the same age? Did we graduate the same year too?

Denise said...

Congratulations. I have been reading your blog and enjoy it very much. Best wishes

CrimsonBruin said...

How about cool? Congrats!

hungry little bird said...

Hey Jess, great article. Congratulations!! Are you standing in the front door of your condo? Sorry you couldn't make it to the Curry Hut today. It was quite yummy.

Julie said...

How exciting! Optimistic is a good word for your fabric designs. Nice photo too.

Jess said...

HLB, the orange door is the back door of some business in an alley near us. I like it.

Jess said...

Brett, I know. What a fascinating fact to lead with. Apparently it's very important that everyone knows I'm THIRTY TWO. I graduated in '99. On the 5-year-I'm going to be a chemist-just-kidding-I-want-to-be-a-designer plan.

Alfred T. Mahan said...

It's not the years, it's the mileage. Or so I keep telling myself when I look in the mirror, anyway.

Of course, I have to have yearly checks by the mechanics, and at least YOU didn't put yourself on the easily-distracted-by-shiny-object/classes-plan at the U...

Just saying.

AMIT said...

Good news.

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Amber Weinberg said...

Congrats!

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